The Big Picture Fest

General Events , Major Events At Frankston City Wells St, Frankston VIC 3199, Australia

Date: Friday 22 March - Sunday 24 March

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The Big Picture Fest is back for a second year and will bring experienced international, national and local artists together to transform the city walls in high profile locations across Frankston’s city centre.

This year we are proud to present Frankston Street Art Walking Tours in conjunction with The Big Picture Fest


Explore Frankston City’s street art scene by joining one of the free Street Art Walking Tours taking place three times a day from Thursday 21 March to Sunday 24 March. 

During the tour you will be able to watch local, national and international artists at work who will be showcasing their diverse range of talent from the local burbs, Melbourne, New Zealand, France, Germany and Italy.

Daily from Thursday 21 to Sunday 24 March:

Tour 1: From 9.30 - 11am - 1.5 hour duration

Tour 2: From 12 - 1.30pm – 1.5 hour duration

Tour 3: From  3 - 4.30pm – 1.5 hour duration

(Max 20 people per tour)

Cost: Free (bookings essential)
Where: Tours start and finish at Frankston Library Forecourt, 60 Playne Street, Frankston
What to bring: Comfortable walking shoes, dress for the weather and an umbrella in case of rain (water, tour guide and high vis vest provided)

Where to park: Frankston Arts Centre or surrounding streets, please be mindful of time restrictions and fees


2019 Artist Line Up


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There is a rare serenity in SatOne art. He is an artist from Germany who is inspired by much more than just his immediate surroundings, following the many travels he had undertaken so far. Abstract in nature, his art is, in fact, an expression of sensitivity present in objects, but which can be ‘seen’ only on an instinctive level. The colorful sensuality of his works, continues the artist’s narration of exquisiteness hiding from direct observation, being sensed only through reflection.



Peeta, also known as Manuel Di Rita, has been a graffiti artist since 1993 and currently lives in Venice. He is a member of the EAD crew (Padova, Italy), FX and RWK crews (New York City) and has participated over the years in jams, festivals and art shows all over the world. His work explores the potential of sculptural lettering and anamorphism, both in painting and in sculpture.

Phat One & Diva


Charles Williams
Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāi Tūhoe, Ngapuhi - @charles_phat1md

Janine Williams
Ngāti Paoa, Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara - @janine_divatmd

Working & travelling extensively throughout Aotearoa (New Zealand) and around the globe this team create visual stories that connect them to the whenua (land), korero (stories) and to the tangata whenua (local people) they encounter along the way. Their creative practise is the outworking of a passion for their Māori heritage presenting it in an urban context that features modern interpretations of cultural design along with native/endemic birdlife.

Lucy Lucy


Currently residing in Melbourne, French-Parisian born artist Lucy Lucy has graciously carved her niche in the Australian urban art community. Her work moves between large-scale public murals, gallery work, tribal ornaments and bespoke fashion.  She has been painting murals and exhibiting in France, the US, Canada, Thailand, Australia, and the UK.

Her paintings capture the evolving folklore of the feminine, exploring the diversity and boundaries of heritage. Whether a sovereign queen, a mystic sorceress, a youthful muse, or a charismatic lady, all share in the art and privilege of being a woman. More recently, Lucy has beenexploring the concepts of presence and perception through imaginary masks enfolding women portraits. The concealing veneers echo with the idea that rarely oneself is entirely present or is able to see reality as it is

Sam Songailo


Sam Songailo's work takes form in painting, installation, video, sound and sculpture. He is deeply influenced by digital technology and electronic music, adopting algorithms and concepts from these disciplines that shape his approach to both physical and pictorial space. Often highly immersive on a monumental scale, his work accentuates the compositional elements of line and space in a form that recalls both modernist grid and digital networks.

More Information

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